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How determine "Fully Qualified Domain Name" from domain name?

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How can I determine "Fully Qualified Domain Name" from domain name using Windows API?

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// Check if <<name>> is a fully qualified domain name
//
// Returns |true| if the name contains at least one dot and other
// characters around that dot.

bool
HostInfo::isfqdn (const char *name)
{
    bool seendot = false;
    bool seenpre = false;
    bool seenpost = false;

    for ( ; name && *name && !seenpost; ++name)
        if (! seendot && *name != '.')
            seenpre = true;
        else if (seenpre && *name == '.')
            seendot = true;
        else if (seendot && *name != '.')
            seenpost = true;

    return seenpost;
}
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